Join the Families, Education, Preschool and Promise Levy Oversight Committee!

Crossposted from Seattle Department of Education & Early Learning The Seattle Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL) seeks three new volunteers to join the Families, Education, Preschool and Promise (FEPP) Levy Oversight Committee (LOC). The FEPP Levy is a seven-year, $619 million dollar investment in Seattle’s youth approved by voters in November 2018. The…

Webinar: Vaping and Adolescents: The new public health crisis

Crossposted from the School-Based Health Alliance Thursday, January 23,2020 – 2:00pm ET Register Now! The Monitoring the Future Survey (2019) revealed that rates of youth electronic cigarette use had doubled in the prior 2 years. Communities have seen severe medical complications with the use of this new nicotine delivery system.  As youth developed dependence to…

Application: Structural Racism & Cultural Responsiveness Learning Series (Dec 2019 – Jun 2020)

Crossposted from SOWA website School’s Out Washington is excited to offer a new foundational learning series focused on advancing cultural and racial equity within school-age and youth programs. Our primary objective of the Structural Racism & Cultural Responsiveness Learning Series is to build a community of professionals that are confident in their ability to implement personal and organizational changes to promote racial equity at…

“Beyond the Pill” Webinar Series

Crosspost from School-Based Health Alliance Announcing a new three-part webinar series covering contraceptive options and counseling for your school-based health center. The series will help you become better equipped for conversations with your patients as they seek options at referral sites. Part 1: An Introduction to IUDs and the Implant Wednesday, October 23, 1:00pm ET Register…

November SBHC Community of Practice Call

Consent & Confidentiality in School-Based Health Care Washington SBHC Community of Practice Call Wed, November 13, 9:00-10:30am With a number of new school-based health centers opening across the state this fall, and questions rolling in about how to navigate consent and confidentiality, we thought it would be helpful and timely to revisit this topic in…